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Holman Book of Biblical Charts, Maps, and Reconstructions
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Holman Book of Biblical Charts, Maps, and Reconstructions

by 5 authors

B&H 1993

Runs on Windows, Mac and mobile.
$13.95

Overview

Visualizing biblical people in the places and events that shaped world history just became easier with the Holman Book of Biblical Charts, Maps, and Reconstructions! This complete set of Bible charts, maps, and artist’s renderings of biblical cities and artifacts opens the eyes of your understanding in a fresh way and provides a deeper dimension to personal and group Bible study.

Designed for use in churches, schools, and at home, the Holman Book of Biblical Charts, Maps, and Reconstructions is an excellent reference tool for pastors, Bible teachers, students, families, and individuals who appreciate a comprehensive approach to learning.

Key Features

  • 83 pages of full-color Bible charts featuring timelines, the teachings of Jesus, family trees, the lineage of ancient rulers, historical events, and much more!
  • 22 pages of carefully detailed full-color maps of Bible lands
  • 21 pages of illustrated scale reconstructions of biblical cities and artifacts
  • A complete map index
  • And much more

Product Details

  • Title: Holman Book of Biblical Charts, Maps, and Reconstructions
  • Editor: David S. Dockery
  • Publisher: Broadman & Holman
  • Publication Date: 1993
  • Pages: 176

About David S. Dockery

David S. Dockery is President of Union University in Jackson, TN. In 2002 he was named a Distinguished Alumnus of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities. Dockery is a consulting editor for Christianity Today. He received a B. A. from the University of Alabama-Birmingham, a Masters from Grace Theological Seminary, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Texas Christian University. He holds a Ph. D. in Humanities from the University of Texas. He has published numerous articles and book reviews and is the author or editor of more than twenty-five books, including Interpreting the New Testament, Biblical Interpretation Then and Now also in the Baker Hermeneutics Collection (14 Vols.), and Theologians of the Baptist Tradition which is also included in the Broadman & Holman Baptist History Collection (11 Vols.).

Sample Pages from the Print Edition